Mad Me Ceramics

Mad Me prizes itself on one off pieces made in SE London. When making this large decorative bowl, crank clay is used to hand-build the object. After the clay has sufficiently dried, it is biscuit fired. This process is used to enhance the robustness and endurability of the piece, and to prepare the surface for the next step. The bowl is then glazed, using both turquoise and shiny-white glazes. Glaze can be applied by either dipping, pouring, sponges and other techniques- depending on the desired effect. Finally, the bowl is fired at above 1000 degrees celsius - this is also known as the 'stoneware' process. Browse MadMe.London for a number of one-off hand made pieces.

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By Pottery in SE
10-06-2016